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Task Group No. 327 - Crowd-sourced solutions to the problem of wrong shift instructions (TG327)

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Charge
  1. Create a process using the AAPM BBS that would allow AAPM members to respond to descriptions of common error pathways with suggestions for reducing or eliminating the errors, preferably by explaining how they have changed their workflows to successfully mitigate the problem.
  2. As an initial topic, focus on “wrong shift instructions sent to therapists.”
  3. Use the error pathways identified through the RO-ILS database to “seed” the BBS forum, but allow other precipitating events and pathways to be added.
  4. Collect proposed solutions to the various manifestations of the problem via correspondence to the TG members, who will edit the responses and post them on the BBS forum.
  5. After finishing the crowd-source solution collection, migrate the material to a permanent home on the Quality and Safety section of the AAPM website.
  6. Prepare a paper describing the process and results.
Bylaws:Not Referenced.Rules: Not Referenced.
Approved Date(s)11/1/2018 - 12/31/2020
Committee Keywords: No Keywords Entered
Chair

Gary Ezzell
Task Group Chair


2020 Roster

(dates shown below are start and end dates of position.)

=complete and up-to-date, =incomplete conflict of interest statement.
VOTING AppointmentsThere are 6 voting members.

up-to-dateGary A. Ezzell, PhD

11/1/2018 - 12/31/2020 Task Group Chair

up-to-dateJacqueline T. Faught, PhD

11/1/2018 - 12/31/2020 Member

up-to-dateGrace Gwe-Ya Kim, PhD

11/1/2018 - 12/31/2020 Member

up-to-dateRyan Manger, PhD

11/1/2018 - 12/31/2020 Member

up-to-dateDeborah L. Schofield

11/1/2018 - 12/31/2020 Member

up-to-dateSheri Weintraub, MS

11/1/2018 - 12/31/2020 Member
NON-VOTING AppointmentsThere are 0 non-voting members and guests.
HQ Team Appointed to CommitteeThere are 0 staff.



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